Superior Shed in Hampstead Heath with Black Guttering
This 2.4 x 3.0m Superior Shed
was installed in our customer's garden in Hampstead, London for use as a small potting shed. Our team delivered and installed it as part of our end-to-end service.
Coming from our range of Garden Sheds, the black guttering contrasts well with the natural tones of the roof's cedar shingles. The shed is painted with our exclusive Valtti Paint, the windows and doors are painted in Ivory, and the rest of the shed is painted in Verdigris. The customer wanted year-round usage for their shed, so they chose to have oak placed ply lining and full insulation, and an electrical pack with a heater. A workbench underneath the front windows makes this a cosy and practical shed. In fact, most of our customers use their superior shed as a workshop - it's a rather popular choice!
I’ve been meaning for the last week to write praising Cranes to the skies and telling you just how thrilled we are with our beautiful new building... ...We are SO impressed with all the members of staff we've had the pleasure of meeting over the period we've been planning this - without exception everyone in Cranes has been helpful, considerate and cheery and nobody told us that to try and get a top of the range biuilding into a space without proper access was foolhardy - they just made sure it happened. It's truly wonderful in this day and age to encounter such superior, faultless and courteous organisation and implementation. Many congratulations and thanks to you all.
Miss E - London - December 2016
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